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AI for mobility research: Germany’s 9-Euro-Ticket

About this event

In summer 2022 the German federal government introduced a nearly free public transport ticket in response to a rapid increase in consumer and energy prices. At only 9 Euros per month for three months in a row, anyone can buy a ticket, which is valid for all regional and local public transport around the whole of Germany. These measures created an unprecedented natural transportation experiment that can help answer many questions about passenger behavior. Among others is “Does low-priced public transport enhance green mobility?”

In order to find answers to these questions, our guest speakers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) launched the Mobilität.Leben project. As research tools, the study uses a three-wave survey, an analysis of traffic counts and public transport ridership, and a travel diary application built by MOTIONTAG. 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How remarkable the 9-Euro-Ticket experiment is and what opportunities it provides to researchers.
  • If there is an observed midterm effect of nearly free public transportation on the mobility patterns in the Munich metropolitan region.
  • What makes MOTIONTAG's mobility tracking technology an important research tool.
  • About the respondents' perception of the mobility tacking app compared to the traditional transportation surveys.

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Chinh Duong Head of Product @ MOTIONTAG

  • Guest speaker
    Allister Loder Research Associate, Project Manager at the Mobilität.Leben project @ Chair of Traffic Engineering TUM

  • Team member
    Yuliia Smereka Marketing Manager @ MOTIONTAG

  • Guest speaker
    Lennart Adenaw Research Associate @ Chair of Automotive Engineering TUM


Making Mobility Matter

Nous sommes convaincus qu’un avenir durable pour les villes et regions passe par une mobilité intelligente.

MOTIONTAG est un logiciel générant des données en temps réel détaillées sur comment, où et pourquoi les gens se déplacent à l’intérieur des villes et entre elles.